I have one. I started it for free. The problem is getting folks to join or stay.
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I know someone who started a message board. It took him six years to gain a new member.
I started one of those free message boards but the host providers covered 3/4ths of my page with video and audio I couldn't turn off. I had 20,000+ views but only two people I invited joined. I got rid of it because of the obtrusive advertising and the company closed shop and became something else.
My question is, why is the board called apostolicquestions? I don't believe apostles are for today. Is the board SDA? Who is your audience? If your audience is SDA or those who believe in apostolicity, your audience does not include all people because we all don't believe in that and it may be too much for the average person to wade through although you might be a source of learning for those studying those things..
I read the King James Bible but I also read other versions including the Kenneth Wuest Translation. Making friends with Christians also means that you have to play by their rules to some extent or you don't make friends.
I'll give your forum another look.
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